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Description A group of political activists on all sides of the British-Irish issue
gathers for a conference and proceeds to air their imperialist and victimized
views. Part way through the agenda, however, conferees begin to die,
in apparently accidental, then certainly homicidal, ways. On paper,
this book would be a certain sedative. In the hands of Bill Wallis,
however, it comes alive. Wallis proves himself a master of several Irish
and British dialects, as well as Hindu, Japanese, and Brooklynese. He
also conveys, by the use of nuance and pacing, the personality quirks
that define stereotypes and add depth to each character, right down
to the waitress in the restaurant. Who cares what happens to these people?
We might not like most of them, but we'd recognize them on the street
in a second.
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Type Audiobooks - Crime/Thriller